Red Carpet Fashion Awards

This weekend Paris Hilton was at the “Maxim Presents ’09 Hometown Hotties Finalists” at Wasted Space in Las Vegas.

I was putting Paris’ picture next to the Balmain Fall 2009 picture when I burst out laughing in realization that she was actually wearing the Bebe sequin striped party dress, NOT the Balmain dress as I had assumed.

I made the assumption because surely Paris can afford to purchase the Balmain dress, unlike musician Brittani Senser, who I had never even heard of until she wore that Bebe gown.

I suppose just because you have the money for a $10,000 dress, doesn’t mean you can’t rock a $179 dress.

Paris doesn’t look bad in the dress, and I would bet she doesn’t even know it’s a Balmain knock-off.

Her silky ruffled hem closely resembles the Balmain Fall 2009 strapless dress as it has the same black ruffled asymmetrical skirt, plus the black stripes on the silver sequin dress are flowing in the same direction.

The only difference is the quality, price and the fact that the Balmain dress is strapless.

Credit: Wireimage

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Posted by Catherine Kallon on August 31st, 2009 In: Bebe, Paris Hilton, WTF???

Last week we were voicing our disgust at Bebe for making such poor quality Balmain knock-offs – which since Thursday it has now sold-out surprisingly.

I didn’t expect to ever see anyone wearing these cheap imitations on the red carpet.

Khloe Kardashian hosted an album release party for musician Brittani Senser this weekend.

The singer walked the red carpet proudly wearing her Bebe silver sequin dress with the black chiffon tacky train.

To give her credit she does look much better than the model and I like her shoes, but those dresses should be burned.

Credit: Style.com, Bebe & Wireimage

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Posted by Catherine Kallon on August 3rd, 2009 In: Bebe, Blog, Brittani Senser, WTF???

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